I am 39 and woke up this morning with my right eye lid swollen. The upper part is really puffy and has a red spot that looks like it could be a bite. I has a red vain at the top of the skin and looks almost as if the very small vessel is swollen. I dont believe it is a bite or an reaction to an allirgy. (If it was wouldnt both eyes be swollen?)
I did however do a lot of cleaning in a dusty enviroment and got a bit of the cleaner on my forhead ( it didnt get in my eye). Im a bit confused because it seems to have just appeared out of the blue. I havent had anything get in the eye and the eye is clear and not red.
The eye lid hurts, ichies, and when i blink my vision goes blury.
Do you have any idea as to what this could be and how i should treat it.
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